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We are the leading providers of Root Canal Treatment in Milton Keynes. Our Facilities are second to none, and our team of 4 Root Canal Experts provides Root Canal Treatment 7 days a week.

Highest Standards

We follow the very highest standards and Protocols including using

Digital Xrays
Rotary Files
Rubber Dam
Ultrasonic agitation for debridement, irrigation and cleaning of the canal
Heated Flowable GP
Active Obturation Systems including System B

Why Choose Us?

Root Canal Treatment is a very sophisticated type of Dental Treatment. Hence, we are seeing an increasing number of patients on referral from practices where none of the dentists performs Root Canal Treatment.

Patients like to feel that their dentist excels in the treatment that they need. They also want their dentist to be part of a team of clinicians who offer the full range of care all in the same practice.

For example, we have developed a centre of excellence for Root Canal Treatment in Milton Keynes.

Working within a large clinical team means that many of our patients get a second opinion and the opportunity to have dental care from a clinician with expertise related to their treatment

We have invested in the latest facilities for modern dentistry. In the last two years, we have installed the very latest and safest digital x-ray imaging system and the very latest digital microscopy.

Some practices just offer simple Single Root Endodontic Treatments. But we provide a full range of Endodontic Treatments, including Surgical Endodontics.

Dental Materials are improving all the time, and those practices that are prepared to invest can offer treatments that were unimaginable a few years ago. That is why we are committed to providing the very latest materials.

If you need an urgent appointment then our Milton Keynes Emergency Dental Service is open seven days a week, Every bank holiday indeed every day!

Root Canal Milton Keynes

Ultra Modern Technology

We pride ourselves on using the very best equipment.

Like all dentistry, maybe apart from extractions, technology is improving all the time. Technology allows even better results.

Microscopes allow us to see very great detail, and this, in turn, will enable us to get great results.

So, for example, when trying to see what is going on, we can see the smallest fractures and exposures. At the same time, we can detect minor defects in restorations and fillings.

We also offer a seven day Root Canal Treatment Service in Cambridge

 
Root Canal Milton Keynes
Root Canal Milton Keynes
Ultra Modern Technology

We pride ourselves on using the very best equipment.

Like all dentistry, maybe apart from extractions, technology is improving all the time. Technology allows even better results.

Microscopes allow us to see very great detail, and this, in turn, will enable us to get great results.

So, for example, when trying to see what is going on, we can see the smallest fractures and exposures. At the same time, we can detect minor defects in restorations and fillings.

We also offer a seven day Root Canal Treatment Service in Cambridge

Prices

TreatmentFee
Root TreatmentsFrom £275
Root Treatments (1 Canal)From £675 
Root Treatments (More than 1 Canal)From £775 
Re Root Treatments£875

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Dental Practice Location

780 South Fifth Street Milton Keynes Buckinghamshire MK9 2FX

Hours

Monday 8.00am to 7.30pm

Tuesday 8.00 am to 7.30 pm

Wednesday 8.00 am to 7.30 pm

Thursday 8.00 am to 7.30 pm

Friday 8.00am to 7.30pm

Saturday 8.00am to 5.30pm

Sunday 9.00 am to 5.30 pm

Bank Holidays 9.00 am to 5.30 pm

FAQs

Root canal treatment (also called endodontics) is needed when the blood or nerve supply of the tooth (known as the pulp) is infected through decay or injury.

If the pulp becomes infected, the infection may spread through the root canal system of the tooth. This may eventually lead to an abscess. If root canal treatment (RCT) is not carried out, the infection will spread and the tooth may need to be taken out.

No. A local anaesthetic is used and it should feel no different to having an ordinary filling done.

The aim of the treatment is to remove all infection from the root canal. The root is then cleaned and filled to prevent any further infection.

Root canal treatment is a skilled and time-consuming procedure. Most courses of treatment will involve two or more visits to your dentist.

At the first appointment, the infected pulp is removed. Any abscesses, which may be present, can also be drained at this time. The root canal is then cleaned and shaped ready for the filling. A temporary filling is put in and the tooth is left to settle.

The tooth is checked at a later visit and when all the infection has cleared, the tooth is permanently filled.

No. A local anaesthetic is used and it should feel no different to having an ordinary filling done.

Root canal treatment is a routine dental procedure, which your dentist will be happy to do for you.

In the past, a root-filled tooth would often darken after treatment. However, with modern techniques, this does not usually happen. If there is any discolouration, there are several treatments available to restore the natural appearance.

Root canal treatment is usually very successful. However, if the infection comes back the treatment can be repeated.

The dentist will usually take x-rays to see the position of the root, and to see whether there is room for the tooth to come through into a useful position.

The alternative is to have the tooth out. Once the pulp is destroyed, it can’t heal and it is not recommended to leave an infected tooth in the mouth. Although some people would prefer an extraction, it is usually best to keep as many natural teeth as possible.

Yes. However, it is better to restore the tooth with a crown to provide extra support and strength to the tooth.

Root-treated teeth should be treated just the same as any other tooth. Remember to clean your teeth at least once a day, preferably with a fluoride toothpaste. Cut down on sugary snacks, and keep them only to mealtimes if possible. See your dentist for regular check-ups.